The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 09, 1905, Image 2

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H iincs-iirraid.
ïhr
important (actor in the early < dr- SUTE TAX IS LIGHT *08 »EAR l«Oo
velopmcnt of this county reg ',
les» of the present railroad n <
SATTBDAY. MU EM BEK ». IMA
ment.
It is regarded as quite certain
Ml BbLMIFTION KATKA:
One Year
41« Month«
Three Mon'-h*
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Jt LIAN Ml Bl>
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Mauger
The ’I imes Herald is colli cl­
ing a fund with which to place
our taxidermy display and other
interesting features returned from
the Lewis and Clark
at the
pavilion.
in position
'This
fund is
growing rapidly and it is hoped
to have a sufficient amount to do
work
the
week or
the I «test.
by
the
last of
the following
next
week at
So far but one busi­
ness man has refused
BEAD 01R BARGAIN LIST:
$2,000—Business piOiM-riy <-n Main
bar a-kirir what the state levy will
he for the coming year and i eat» r- Lot 50x100. building ih.xsO fe»d .
acquired the property the Sump­
$C>,(MX>—Hotel, 24 r< our. fine inrnitun i
day the following reply
made
ter Valley railroad w ill be extend­
• -very room ventilated—a suap.
bv Mr. Dunbar:
ed to this place even though there
$4,000—An ideal h- me, 2U0x2"0 f - -t of
K> plying to your inquiry of the
were half-dozen tran-contiental
t., a king me to give you ground, house ::Jx44, 10 rooms, 15 > fruit
tress, barn, chicken houfe, wind mill,
railroad lines built through thi
•a of what the levy will be
i e ,c.
section.
coming year, will say, as j
10 ifroall resiliences—tell ns wh t you
The high test made by the I n<
we are able to figure at this j
. want.
t. ii amount of revenue
sugar beets raised in this valley tin»<, I
Improved ami unimproved rancln-s
and the fact that these people are to I e la • I l y taxation for thej | galore from 100 t < :J5,000acreF. You can
interested in sugar factori - would fiscal year ending D< Cetnber 31, | • make money on any of these. We also
for state purposes, will be I handle vonr h«»r.-e-, cattle, bheep, etc.
indicate something doing in this
appr nimately 1025,1 MM) including | If you want to >eil list with us—if yon
line at no distant (late, < "heap
i: I n ceeeary to >>e taieed for j want to buy t xamine our liM or writ ' u
power may be found ot the 1’-
for particulars.
lie
stat - agricultural
college.
Ranch tract land and c
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Multnomah county’s proportion I
. for irrigation and the su
wili l.e 3123 per cent.
raising <»f tlie beets are id
■‘Tb< marked decrease in the)
that if the
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N Teal of the Portland Tax­
payer.-’ b.agu-. r •< • ¡illy addressed
a Jen- . to .«• < . tu: ■ of Stale Dun­
LEWIS &. SMITH
Reai Estate.
Mormon
people hav -
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Il certainly looks like there are am itit necessary to be raised lor
many good things in store lor the n»xt vear compared with proceed­
ed. Those desiring to assist are Great Harney Country and'¡’he
ing i are, is due to the fact that
invited to send it in at once.
i'iincs- Herald may be able to w<.d i no' include in lhe item of ex­
It is the intention to make the give its readers some very reli.i pense for the coming year appro­
exhibit even better than it ap­ , ble infoi illation upon these matters priations n mounting to $371 ,094 40
peared at the fair if the funds can next week.
in lud. d in Chapter 229, Laws of
1908, for which there is no provis­
be sc< ured for the purpose.
ion of law for incurring, other than
Some fine specimens are to l>e
THOMAS I. ARNOLD.
the act itself. Owing to the refei-
added and the collection will lie
eiiduru
having been remanded, it is
more artistically and permanently
The subject of this sketch was
not an existing law. If the act
arranged than at the fair as Mr bom and reared in Panola county,
had taken eff et, the amount to lie
Wallace wr.ll have more time to i Mississippi, his birthday being
raised would have been increased
complete it. if possible the dis­ Feb. 28, 1842. Mr. Arnold was
by that sum.
play will be in readiness for open­ a soldier in tlu- Civil War, enlist­
‘‘In computing the amount nec-
ing during the Cbnstmas holidays ing under the banner cf the e- ary to be raised, we only include
when it is the intention to invite “Lost Cause.” In the trenches 'iicii items of expense as the state
all the schools of the county that at the memorable siege of Vicks­ will l»e subject to under existing
are within reach to attend on a burg, he received a minnie-baii laws. I ss receipts not applied by
W«
Band shot through his left lung; a l i v to some special purpose
will lie asked to give a concert in wound from whose effects he . tiniate such receipts for the com­
the
pavilion (or lhe visiting never fully recovered; and which ing current year will be over $222.-
school children and interesting determined, 111 some measure, his iitMl which is nearly one fourth of
tie1 gross expenses, the principal
lecturers will a'«o lie asked to after career. The wound sub­
i’eniH consisting of $112,(MX)e from
take part, making the program jected him to frequent heinor-
• rporation f-es and licenses, $28,-
not only interest mg but instruc­ rages, on receiving the slightest
000 from inheritance tax, and
tive.
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cold; ami it was in hope of im­ ‘54,000 from lax of insurance pre­
proving his health that he remov­ mium».”
certain day.
The
Hurns
Compared with the amount rais­
The Ontario Democrat reports ed from the South to the West.
Accordingly
lie
removed
to
Colo
­
ed
for 190-1, the coming levy will
a third party of railroad survey­
be
about one-half, and will be
rado
in
1874;
to
Idaho
in
’
79
and
ors arrived
there Wednesday
about 35 per cent less than tbe
to
this
country
in
’
83,
settling
in
morning
Things are getting in
1905 I •vy. Of the amount held up
such shape th.it it will certainly the Agency valley, near Beulah.
••v
lhe referendum movement—
be given out to the public just Which reminds us to add, that to
♦371.0(H)—the principal items con­
wliat is going on before long. Mr. Arnold’s tireless efforts is due
sist <>f appropriations for better­
Everything so far points to early the establishment of the postoflice ments at state ilist!tulions, addi­
construction work, but where the at Beulah; which was named in tional buildings at the state uni­
road is coming from or where it honor of his little daughter (now versity and the Corvallis Agricul­
is going still remains something of Mrs Roy Rutherford, of Ontario ) tural college, and those for the sup­
a mystery. The Times-Herald He was its first, and for many port of Normal schools.
efficient
A welcome statement is
has talked with
several who years afterwards, its
postmaster.
which
di cl
s that about one-
might be able to throw some
are able to give definite informa­
Mr. Arnold had the courage fourth of the gross expenses of
anil sunny temperament chat. tet­ stute is now raised try indirect
tion.
eristis of the
light upon the matter,
but none
From what can be learned it is
the intention to run one tiack in­
to thia valley and make a junc­
tion at some point not yet deter­
Clubbiod
Proposition
The Times-1 Jerald has de-
(tided to make this a li.irgnin
niontli and offer some excep­
tional clubbing rates. Toall
who pay their subscription
one year in advance during
this month we will send the
Twice-a-Week Republic of St.
Louis, an entire year free.
This will be given new sub­
scribers and old ones who r<
new during the month.
The Times Herald, tfie Re­
public and Weekly!he-:oni . n
<me year for S3.00 if paidthis
month.
The Times-Herald, the Re­
public and any one of the fol­
lowing papers one y ear for
SB.OOif paid thismonth: The
Semi-Weekly'(Iregon .Journal
of Portland, the Weekly Situ
Francisco Examiner. Tht ice-
a-Week New Y ork World.
branch will famed tor its clean beds, excellei.
go south either to connect with the Cuisine, and open-handed hosp
proposed Harriman line a Kia t dily.
NOTICE
prietor.
PUBLICATION.
FOR
l SITED STATES I.AXll (II H< E.(
Burns. Oregon, October 30,1905,i
Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-
nsn.etl seitler has Hied noth e of her intention
to inukc final proof in support of her claim, and
I hat said proof will be made ltefore the Register
and Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on December
pi. 190»,viz- Alina L. Huivti oi Harney, Oregon,
1! I . X ). •”><>, for the SE’,, Sec ¡¡J, T. ”
R.
... E., W. M.
She names lhe fol’o'A ing wilin bs « s to piove
her continuous residence upon and cultivation
of »¡aid ami. viz: t;<<> Gate«,
1. Neil, ('. A
Demarii-s and Cn-.s. 11. Davis, all of Harney
Oregon.
... I a i:i.i . lb gilder.
N BHuWv,
President
ln fact Farming implements
COOK STOVES,
HEATINC STOVES
Camp Stoves
In various Patterns, Sizes and Prices
Shelf Hardware
Builder’
Doors, Windows, 01 ss, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Etc
CEER & CUMMINS, Bums, Ore.
Burns Meat Market
®-N SHOWN.
Vice-President
Aatkurized Capital, JSd.lNW.WI.
Burns, darney County, Oregon.
LEON M. B OWN, Cashie and Manager
went v-one 'S cars *n Harney <’ounty.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
(’orix-Hpoi. Iciits : Izmdon-l’aris & American Bank, San Francisco, Cal.,
Fir t Nat .«dial I uk, Portland, Ore., First National Bank, Caklwell,
Idaho.
Ycur patronage solicited.
home of
Mrs
F renvh-GIcnn laad holdings re ; I Dot»a Morris on Thursday, Thanks-
I giving Day, Nov 30, at 2:30 Mrs
cently acquired by unknown par­
‘ Dona Morris and Rev William A
ties, has again been sold and
I Hopkins
Mrs Morris is the sister
rumor has it that the Mormons
| of Messrs John and Samuel Graves
have purchased it, although this)
of I.swen. The groom recently
cannot be confirmed. That it' came from Liberty Missouri. The
CARD
OF THANKS.
To Dr Gerdes of Drewsey, to
w ■ >-e skillful treatment we are in-
d ‘ted for four h ippy day« of our
<1. ir one's life; to the kind neigh-
I ors at Beulah, who helped nurse
I th- patient; to the Worshipful
\f i-ter. Wardens and
Brethern of
has really been sold, however, isj I contracting parties will make the r tc.icia Lodge, and many sympa-
This give raise to much I home
Harnev county
home in
iu Harney
Rev • A. ; tl
ti
tg fi tends of Ontario: are due
speculation .is to the futuie of the J. Irwin
I
performed the marriage , the undying gratitude of
1 ^jrg
L Arnold A Children.
property and it also may be an ceremony.
certain.
. P.qfc,
l-P s xk
, Pr pt. I
FALL AND WINTFR fiOODS ARE NOW IN.
We are now able to how yeu a larger and more
complete stock than ever before. Our prices are
as low as they can be sold. Our lines in
KATES: M.S
Sitigl. Bvtls
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS
comprise, the newest and most beautiful
things out. We have also a new line of
Burn’
LADIES’ KAIN
S^BU5TER BROWN
Of drugs, medicines, druggists s ■■
perfumes, stationery, books, ■■ I <>
plies, etc., ever brought to H i r
finest wines and liquois lor ¡u -
purposes always on hand.
BUSTER BROWN
RNowr
ij-j-f WHATTrtAr
1 AtAHJ
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I Bumw*
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Clothes are ?.’«c women
Said B touk i 3 ’ilht <><?:
day “some fit white
others won’t, so I want
the “niaid’’-10-r.ieasi ■
and NOT the RFADY
MADE that CnNT.”
Write
Agents for Any Periodical Piibiis
Hltil UOCTOR’S^. PRESCRIPTION GIVEN SPECIAL Ai
We respectfully invite the public to call on us ami see our goods
ami got our pri •e?. We guarantee satisfaction. We are here to
build up our business and proposo to do it with
THF CITY DRUG STOP
H. M. HORTON, P*pt
| LOW PRICES -SQUARE DEALING
G. W.iClevenger « Co
Si Co.
Mercha nt Tailors
FURNITURE, PIANOS, UNDERTAKING.
Chicago
CARPETS, MATTINGS. W ALL PAPER. GO CARTS, MATTRESSES.
REFRIGERATORS. BUILDING and CARPET PAPER. ROOFING.
for copy of their booklet
"Brother Bill, Oudi.ow
pt-:-," or cali on tu.
LEWIS & GARRETT, Prop!.-.
Special ati< liliali
to transcieo util (tin HM I
reicht tete,
A,, the day.
Ou - Sv ck is complete in Every Particular
See us first and get prices.
Main St., Burns, Oregon
v;.:i
Hat] a; t
on hand.
V.eh.yve: me ‘ i.i ide infor­
mati jn" rel.ftiUj, to the new
CARL K ASPH & CO. made-
15-me.isure clothes, which we
i>mt to pive to the man who
likes to be will dlessed.
M . JI tin- Il i-tit‘, recently iron Illinois, would respectfully an­
nounce to the ladie? of Harney County that she will open a com­
plete stork of first class Millinery goods and notions about Nov. 1
in the old Tremont Hotel building. Harney, Oregon. She will
h ve on xhibition the latest Fall «and Winter Hats as well as
various Novelties suitable to the season. Prices teasonable an<I
s.iiisfaction guaranteed. Call and see mo.
iVe are Carl Joseph &
Co.’s exclusive agents.
South M:T:
was never more complete.
5RM BAILEY. Proprietor-
.Just received fresh line of
Ilesdu’i rters for
♦
♦
e
:
c
fine Wipes, liquors apd Ciqars.
Pippis for ^arqlapd Ciub Wbiskq.
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
EVERYTHING flRST-CLAS'.
Courteous and obliami Mixologists.
Or< son.
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
IN CONNECTION WITH BARN
URiMS MILLING
(lur line of
THE HOTEL BURNS BAR
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Special
Given
to Conducting funerals
3 n /C xs . ZZattie ZZastie.
Main Street,
Harney, Oregon.
General Merchandise
tin tthf iH
solicited.
Your |>
Hundreds of the Very Latest
¿tyles of fabrics to choose from.
GROCERIES.
T -r
rgesi and tat Coni;:... !■ :k
THAT The BUSTER 6R0VN STOCKING
15 A BOON TO MOTHER J a«» A SNAP
F0K 1TAH7A CLAIM* -
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£
. - s.-Äul
«wb.
Sion at lbs; 0'/e b’.nd
Hagey, Fenwick & «Jackson
Married—At the
JOHNSON & ILLK
IME OVERLAND HOT
DO IT NOW
Smith’s in the city but none of
we used to build in a month
Isaac Foeter was in town a few them seems to be connected with
Mr. Harriman might find it to
any investment Co, of which we ,1
his interest to visit Burns and let days this week running with Car­
I: iv fully as many as saloons. If
rol
Cecil
and
Wood
Best
looks
l
ad.
us fellows give him a few pointers
y . will allow me the space in tour
Jasper Davis and Theo Coleman
in railroad building.
valuable columns I will tile a de­
were over from Harney Monday
murrer denying the declaration,
for the purpose of consulting legal
FREMH-ÜLE» PROPtRn B01ÛHT.
alleging it lo lie insullicient in
authorities regarding the incorpor-
v--icitr, I am. with kind regards,
| ation papers of the Ilarney Board
Rumor That the Mormon People Were
Vyry truly yours,
of Trade.
They returned home
H B Smith
The Purchaser« !» not Confirmed
the same day.
It is positively asserted that the
SULKY PL VS
Hariiev County Bank
The Oregonian was Our Authority.
Spok mi1, W- ill, Dc-e 4.
Mr. Arnold Was a kind neigh­
i'hf lu«» i.-Ueruld: — While per-
math or to meet the N. C. & O.
coming up toward Lakeview. bor, a good citizen, an honored ‘i-ii'tf tip columns of the Great
Thia latter line is claimed to be a Mason, a fond father, a devoten R' ligious under date i f November
He and his wife were 2 >'.ii »liieli reached our ollice this
Gould road and if such is the case husband
children
on
adjoining plantations; A M , I notice an aitiule styled
it must be Gould engineers now
‘ A uress dispatch of recent date
al work in tht gap.
From the and their lives wire blended from
from Spokane,” purporting to have
junction one line will continue on early childhood. During all their
emanated from here, charging me
writ and it is supposed will join lives they were inseparable, unit­ with other unknown co-defeiidants
the main line of the Southern ed by the sincerest love and de­ of being guilty of having bought
votion
The breaking of such a
Pacific at Natron.
timber land in your section at a
tie
inflicts
more than the ordinary price about double
One cl our citizens who has
its
value.
visited the scene of action at sorrow of separation; and an ap­ \\ bile it is true that I have taken
community
deeply to the woods a number of times, I
Crane Creek gap is thoroughly preciative
sympathizes
with
Mrs
Arnold.
refuse to be connected with this
convinced from the nature of the
The
deceased
leaves
a
w
ife
and
deal.
work that it is the permanent
First of all this is not an Invest­
survey and that dirt will be thing six children to mourn his loss,
ment Company, and while the air
four
sons
and
two
daughters:
before another year rolls by.
He
here most of the time is stifled with
states that the
engineers are Tommy, Mary 1 Mrs Mi Manus),
rumors of timber deals and new
cross-sectioning on the south side Oscar, Beulah (Mrs Rutherford),
railroad- being built, this particu­
of the gap and that it would in­ Hoyt and Charles, all grown.
lar rumor seems to be shrouded
The interment took place at
dicate the road would, pass south
somewhat in
mystery; bow the
Ontario under
the auspices of
of Windy Point.
stoi y escaped beyond our Co-oper­
Acacia Lodge, A. F. & A. M , of
ate limits over and beyond the
which Mi Arnold was a member. Blue mountains through the Bad
Up until quite recently The
His old friend, Chaplain B L. Lands of John Day thence through
Times-Herald has had it all its
Milligan, delivered the funeral 1' verty (iuleh ami up Givadam
own way building railloads into
creek aid finally reaching the
oration, Requiesc.it ill place!
Harney valley, but since the sur­
i i utiliil valley of Harney and find
B. L- Mil.1. k ; an
veying parties are in the field it
i ■ wax into th
columns of the
no longer has a “cinch.” In fact
G at R< iigu us, before reaching
W R Crawford is in the city.
more railroad is being built around
any of our papers is a profound
The
City Drug Store for Christ­ m -tery
The city directory shews
the stoves of the drug stores and
barber shops each evening than mas presents. H M Horton, pro that there are two other H. B.
DISC PLOWS
Harrows of Every Description
CONTEST NOTICE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
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liurntt Oregon, October- js , 19054 |
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d it '•
. I m en ftlad
■a this oi’.h e by Irving C. Raymond, contestant,
i.giiintt l<t>mc>»ead entry No. 19-Lo, made May 5. ‘
W J2 Section i. tPwnahtp ji s .. [
Runge-7 17 . by Mart N. Deadly, tontester, in I
wb:< h ¡I i ailegrd th.it Paid Mart N. Deadly 1
tins vvhoiiy a. ahdoin d the same for more than I
six month - prior to this datv. and hns been ab- 1
'< nt thereirom for is month.«, and has departe«! ,
front this su.:e and has been absent from this
>iatr abcut is months, anti that his present
. . . ■ . . • uukioau t<> this nilianl: and
that said alleged absence from said land was .
not duv to his employment in the Army, Navy,
or Marine Corj s oí the L'nited States as a pri­
vate soldier, ollieer, seaman, or marine during
the war with Spain, or noy other war in which t
the Cnned States may be engaged; said parties
are hereby notified to appear, respoud and oi
fer evidence touching said allegation at lit.
o’clo'-k a. m. on Drceml»« r 12,
before the ¡
Registertjnd Receiver at Burns, Oregon
The said contestant having, in a proper aftl- ;
davit, filed October _s, 19U>, set forth facts i
whic h show that after tine diligence personal I
service of this notice can not he made, it is
hereby ordered and directed tl.u' Mich u.dice
be given by due ami prop« ■ pulni« a ¡ion
A. W O uwan , Kv eiver
in
mined upon and one
JOHN DEERE PLOW
W m F ar re , Register.
ti ray .” ation, says the Salem Statesman
For many years, his hospitable I’lie counties with fairly large as-
«ee.-ed valuations will raise their
home on the Ontario-Burns stage
state taxes naxt year with a levy
road has been a favorite stopping
1 f (Hie tn two mills.
place for the traveling pubu< ;
“Boy«
n KI> STATEs r.AND OEFK E,| I
ms. ifregou, December 1.19054 ;
by given that Alvin C. spurlock >
a.n. ir < '••unty, Oregon, has filed i
lion to i lake proof on his desert-
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. i -1.*., R. 7 r... w. M„
:• < . and Receiver at Burns, Ore-
av . the Hthday of January, L'.'tki
.c following witnesses to prove
rip a- ion and reclamation of said
i.i. an, David Turner. Robert
a\ Luce, a?! of Riverside, Ore-
X
of r
noti
to contri­
,
PCBLICATION
FOR
bute to the fund when approach­
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HORTOM &. SAYER, P.... s
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Hough and Dressed !
n
Rustic, Flooring, Mou ding,
Finishing Lumber.
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Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Cood
Lumber Yard in Burns.